• Parents must stay in their vehicles and drop their children off at designated drop off areas.
Arrival for Kindergarten/New Students
• Safety patrols will be available as escorts
(On first day, ONE parent may escort)
Holding Areas/Supervision Plans
• Students arriving before 7:30 a.m. on the bus go directly to cafeteria for breakfast or to the pavilion to wait. (Dots on concrete every 3 feet.)
• Once we meet capacity at the pavilion or by 7:40 all students on campus will report to their classroom.
• If not eating breakfast, arrive at 7:45 and report directly to their classroom.
• All students will have their temperature taken upon arrival by the adult at the entry gate.
• Parents should check their child’s temperature before sending them to school. Students that report not feeling well or that act/look like they are not feeling well will have their temperature checked.
• Students will collect their breakfast in a bag and either eat in the cafeteria or take it to their classroom.
• Students will report to their classroom upon arrival.
Staggering of Classes
• Only one grade level will move at a time and individual classes will stagger their arrival/departure from a single location utilizing one-way sidewalks.
Directional Signage/One Way Hallways
• All sidewalks will be one way for students and adults
Supervision in Hallways/Restrooms
• Before and after school, faculty members without a homeroom class will assist with supervision.
• Revised to have a single class arriving at one time and extended lunch block to allow for fewer students in the cafeteria at one time.
• All students will be seating facing the same direction. Dots on each bench will indicate where individual students will sit.
• Each student will have an assigned seat. Seating charts will be posted in the cafeteria. • Directional Signage/Floor Markings
• Directional arrows and dots for spacing will be on the floor.
• An administrator/TOA will always be in the cafeteria.
Buying vs. Bringing Lunch/Arrival/Dismissal
• Students bringing lunch will report directly to their assigned seat. Arriving classes enter on the east side of the cafeteria and departing classes will exit on the west side of the cafeteria.
• Students will use hand sanitizer before entering. Tables and benches will be sanitized after each use.
Furniture Placement (6 feet spacing)
• Students will be seated 6 feet apart at either individual desks or at the ends of tables. Each student will also have a 3-sided clear screen.
• Everyone will use hand sanitizer each time they enter the classroom and wash their hands before and after using the restroom.
• All textbooks and technology will be numbered. Students will be assigned textbooks for the school year that will only be used by them. When using technology, students will sanitize their hands before use and wear their mask the entire time.
• Each classroom will have assigned seats and a seating chart posted.
Small Group Instruction
• During small group instruction, teachers may use clear divider or limit the number of students at the table to abide by social distancing recommendations. Students masks must be worn during small group. The small group area will be sanitized after each group.
• Teachers will establish a daily, personal space, cleaning procedure for students. Students will have personal tubs to store their supplies and materials.
• Utilize storage tubs for students’ belongings
• Create Ziplock to go bags
• Implement lanyards for student ID and mask
Safe Play Activities
• Teachers will develop a menu of activities that do not involve the students touching one another.
• Teachers will have a menu of indoor activities to take the place of recess in the event of inclement weather.
• Each class will be assigned a “play” area.
• Classes will transition to the special area classroom. Upon arrival to special area, students will use hand sanitizer before entering the classroom. Classes will enter from one door and exit through the other door.
• Students will have a basic set of materials that they bring with them to special area, as necessary. Students must wear a mask during all special areas except for P.E. Materials specific to the special area will be sanitized as prescribed.
• Face masks are required during singing.
• Instruments will be sanitized between classes.
• Special area teachers will conclude each class period early to allow for clean up before the next transition.
• Attached to the clinic for symptomatic students
• Nurse-Melissa Cagno “Nurse Melissa” and/or office clerical staff that have been trained
Contacting Parent/Guardian for Pick-Up
• Contact will be made by either the nurse or one of the administrators
• No one on our campus will provide anyone any information regarding the well being of students or school-based employees. It is the law and violators are subject to hefty fines. Any necessary notifications will be made by the Volusia County Health Department.
• Contact information MUST be up to date – including phone numbers and email
• No visitors or volunteers on campus unless deemed necessary by the administration.
Main Office Social Distancing
• Limit the number of adults in the lobby to 2. All others will need to wait outside.
Campus Guidelines – Masks/Social Distancing/Temperature Checks
• Anyone on the property must wear a mask. Those entering the campus must also have their temperature checked and maintain social distancing.
• Upon entering the Media Center, hands will be sanitized with hand sanitizer.
• Students will wear a mask while in the Media Center and follow the existing process for finding and checking out a book. There will be marks on the carpet to indicate social distancing as the check out counter. Each day, books that have been returned will be place in isolation for a period of 5 days prior to being returned to the shelves.
Sanitation of Student Areas
• As classes leave the Media Center, the tables used will be sanitized.
Communication Contact and Backup
• Mrs. Fisher is the primary communication contact. Mrs. Whittley is the backup communication contact.
• Essential that contact information be updated and maintained.
• Dismissal times will vary according to how students get home.
The order for dismissal will be as follows:
• Bus riders – grades K-2 @ 2:20 p.m. leave the classroom
• Bus riders – grades 3-5 @ 2:25 p.m. leave the classroom
• Parent pick-up – grades K-2 @ 2:20 p.m. leave the classroom
• Parent pick-up – grades 3-5 @ 2:30 p.m. leave the classroom
Multiple Points of Exit
• Buses will load and depart from the bus loop.
• Students K-2 will load and depart from the parent pick up area.
• Students in grades 3-5 will load and depart from the parent pick up area.
• Students will remain in their classroom until called for dismissal.